Brownstein to Serve as President of HR Group

Posted on June 22, 2021 By

Eveline Brownstein, Rumson, has been selected to be the 2021-2023 president of JSAHR (Jersey Shore Assoc. for HR). She is the director of human resources for Stern Strategy Group, a PR firm and Speakers Bureau with offices in Iselin.

Brownstein said, “I am honored and humbled to have been elected to lead such a vibrant and active chapter. I am stepping into big shoes left by past presidents, but I look forward to working with our excellent committees to continue building our membership, facilitating certification activities, furthering diversity and inclusion, providing valuable programming and career assistance to our members, and working with educational institutions to elevate and promote the human resources profession.”

Brownstein has worked with business owners for more than 25 years to recruit, develop, and train organizational talent and align human resources with the goals, vision, and strategic plans of companies. She has extensive experience in writing policy handbooks and implementing company policies for many industries, including healthcare, insurance, grocer/retail, legal, compliance, public relations, real estate, mining, and technology startups.

Brownstein is an instructor for the SHRM certification course. She previously served as the co-chair of certification and was vice president of the JSAHR chapter of SHRM. She is also an instructor and training facilitator with Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education, delivering training to supervisors and C-suite executives in areas, such as performance management and employee engagement. She is a sought-after LinkedIn career advisor.

Brownstein holds a B.A. in psychology and a M.S. in human resources management from Thomas Edison State University, New Jersey. She also holds SPHR and SHRM-SCP certification designations, which identify her as a certified senior professional in HR with the Human Resources Certification Institute and with the Society for Human Resources.

Her first career after high school was as a chef trained in French cuisine. She often quips that everything she knows about human resources, she learned as a chef; though, in truth, she probably learned more about people as the mother of seven.